Yes. If you have a look at our profile of this fish, it mentions their aggressive behaviour which can vary from "chasing" to outright nipping and biting.
I had a group of 11, and after two days in a 90g tank, all I saw in fish were these; everything else was shivering behind plants, and would not come out even to eat. After two days I pulled the culprits out pronto. This sort of behaviour causes severe stress to the other fish, and that weakens their immune systems. In my case, I had an outbreak of ich on the cardinals and rummynose tetra due to this aggression.
Our profiles are under the second tab from the left in the blue bar across the top of the page, or in posts if the name is shaded you can click the name to bring up the profile; here's the link http://www.tropicalfishkeeping.com/profiles/dawn-tetra/
This species has several common names, Dawn Tetra is the oldest so I used that in the profile [for some technical reason, this name doesn't shade], but I have recently seen this fish here under the common name Panda Tetra. Not a good community fish, which is too bad, because it is small, lively and quite beautiful for a black and white fish.
I have read many times in different places about other aquarists' identical experiences with this fish. Redchigh got some of these a while ago, not sure how his turned out.